iOS 9 Jailbreak Latest News & Update: A Simple Guide For First-time iPhone Cracker Starters
The attention right now is on an iOS Jailbreak for the latest versions such as iOS 9.3.2, iOS 9.3.3 or even the upcoming iOS 10. Though no new jailbreaks have come since iOS 9.3.1, there will be some iOS users who may be curious on how to go about it.
In what could be bit if a ‘flashback’, here is a guide for the first-timers who may be curious at how to jailbreak their devices. Before proceeding, do take note that jailbreaking your device comes with consequences like a bricked device and voiding your Apple warranty.
Back up your data initially to make sure. The worst case scenario would see iPhone or iPad owners restoring their device to the default configuration. All data will obviously be lost and hence the reason behind the backup advice.
With all that covered, here is the nitty-gritty as far as applying an iOS 9 jailbreak. First off is to download the Pangu 9 jailbreak tool. Extract the files on your PC and make sure you have administrator privileges.
Once extracted and installed, connect your device using a Lightning connector. Disable options like touch ID and ‘Find My iPhone’ assuming they are enabled. Run the Pangu 9 jailbreak tool and allow the program to detect your device.
After clicking the ‘start’ button, the Pangu 9 jailbreak tool should be able to find your device. Allow the program to execute the jailbreaking process and leave it until done.
After the process is done, users may eventually be asked to turn ‘Airplane’ mode on. Simply head on over to the phone settings and do so. The device will reboot and a Cydia icon will appear. Configure it to run for the first time and download the tweaks.
The whole process of applying the Pangu jailbreak is not that complicated though there could be cases of first time failures. If so, simply repeat the process and make sure you follow the steps.
It may not be the latest iOS jailbreak though one can consider these as a refresher course in the event that Pangu or TaiG does come out with a more recent iOS jailbreak for present iPhone or iPad operating systems.